Table of contents for Institutional structure : constituting state, society, and the individual / George M. Thomas ... [et al.].


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PART ONE: THEORETICAL ISSUES
Ontology and Rationalization in the Western Cultural Account
PART TWO: THE WORLD-POLITY AND STATE STRUCTURE
The World-Polity and the Authority of the Nation-State
World-Polity Sources of Expanding State Authority and Organization, 1870-1970
Regime Changes and State Power in an Intensifying World-State-System
Structural Antecedents and Consequences of Statism
PART THREE: CONSTITUTING NATION AND CITIZEN
Human Rights or State Expansion? Cross-National Definitions of Constitutional Rights, 1870-1970
Global Patterns of Educational Institutionalization
On the Union of States and Schools
World-Polity Sources of National Welfare and Land Reform
PART FOUR: CONSTRUCTING THE MODERN INDIVIDUAL
The Ideology of Childhood and the State
Rules Distinguishing Children in National Constitutions, 1870-1970
Self and Life Course
Institutionalization and Its Effects
The Political Construction of Rape
PART FIVE: RATIONALIZATION AND COLLECTIVE ACTION
Comparative Social Movements
Revivalism, Nation-Building and Institutional Change
PART SIX: THE POSSIBILITY OF A GENERAL HISTORICAL THEORY
Institutional Analysis



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
State, The.
Social structure.
Social institutions.